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1920's 3 hour music track


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A collection of music from the 1920's. I collected this together to act as a background to a 1920's murder mystery scenario. These songs are all available in collections elsewhere on archive.org. I've just put them together, levelated them, added a tiny bass boost and a little bit of compression. Many thanks to those avid collectors who had made them available for me.


Notes

Abe Lyman’s California Ambassador Hotel Orchestra - All Alone am I
Noel Coward - Alice is at it again
Al Jolson - I wonder why she kept saying si si si senor
Ambassadors - Me and the man in the moon
Al Jolson - You made me love you
Bessie Smith - A good man is hard to find
Bix Beiderbecke - Fidgetty Feet
Paul Robeson - A motherless child
Ethel Waters - They say
Louis Armstrong - West end blues
Marnie Smith - Going to dixieland
Abe Lyman’s California Ambassador Hotel Orchestra - Bugle Call Rag
Al Jolson - Sister Susies sewing shirts for soldiers
Bessie Smith - Alexanders Ragtime Band
Bix Beiderbecke - Clementine
Ethel Waters - You can’t stop me from loving you
Mostomp
Bix Beiderbecke - Dear old southland
Bessie Smith - Trombone Cholly
Fanny Brice - If you want the rainbow
Bix Beiderbecke - Black Bottom Stomp
Al Jolson - The spaniard that blighted my life
Al Jolson - Rock a bye your baby
Bucktown 5 - Hot Mittens
Eubie Blake - Charleston Rag
Al Jolson - Swanee
Helen Kane - I wanna be loved by you
Paul Whiteman - The birth of the blues
Bessie Smith - There’ll be a hot time in the old town tonight
Vaughn de Leath - Blue Skies
Paul Robeson - All gods chillun got wings
Paul Robeson - Amazing Grace
Scott Joplin - Figgy Frank
Bessie Smith - Thinking blues
Vaughn de Leath - The man I love
Ethel Waters - Georgia on my mind
Bix Beiderbecke - Flock of blues
Bessie Smith - Sweet Mistreater
Gene Austen - My blue heaven medley
Fanny Brice - I’d rather be blue
Lee Morse - Yes sir that’s my baby
Marion Harris - St Louis blues
Noel Coward - Dance Little Lady
Ethel Waters - Sweet Georgia Brown
Paul Whiteman - Charleston
Bix Beiderbecke - Basin Street Blues
Ethel Waters - Taking a chance on love
Louis Armstrong, Victor Spivey - No papa no
Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith - Sobbin hearted blues
Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith - Washer Woman Blues
Lee Morse - Could, I certainly could
Ethel Waters - Take your black bottom outside
Bix Beiderbecke - Dusky Stevedore
Al Jolson - I’ll say she does
Aileen Stanley - I’ll get by as long as I have you
Milenberg Joys - hmm don’t have much idea what this is really - sounds like Beiderbecke
Paul Whiteman - The best things in life are free
Gene Austen - Ain’t she sweet
Billy Murray - Any Little Girl
Fats Waller - You Rascal you
Louis Armstrong - When the saints go marching in

Reviews

Reviewer: eagreen - - February 24, 2015
Subject: Can you put year next to each song?
It would be great if you could put the date of recording next to each song!
Reviewer: Den NC USA - - November 7, 2014
Subject: Fine Review of Early Music
I appreciate the time and effort that went into compiling this collection of early popular music.
All the greats of the day are covered, and as a random group, it's got classcis, and some lesser-heard items by great performers.
All sound quite good, as the compiler says, "I've just put them together, levelated them, added a tiny bass boost and a little bit of compression."
I noted that the Noel Coward recording that's second in the collection is a later version recording than the 20's, so odd in the sound (more modern) but that's a tiny point, compared to the wide, invoving survey of some wonderful recordings.
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